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Westchester Reform Temple's Holiday Boutique Opening This Month

The annual event, sponsored by the Women of Reform Judaism, is being held Nov. 29.

Westchester Reform Temple's Holiday Boutique Opening This Month Westchester Reform Temple's Holiday Boutique Opening This Month

The Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) at Westchester Reform Temple are sponsoring their Annual Holiday Boutique. 

The event on November 29, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. features over 35 specialty vendors displaying a range of enticing, one-of-a-kind items at varied price-points, and a “Cash for Gold” table. High fashion women’s clothing, designer handbags from around the world, contemporary apparel and selection of choice jewelry hand-crafted here in New York and as far away as Israel are especially attractive. 

There are gifts for everyone from warm to wear to delicious to eat: olive oils to taste and choose; catered, gift wrapped desserts; personalized children’s party favors and gifts; beautiful children’s clothing crafted from new, vintage and recycled fabrics; artistically designed scarves and sarongs from Asia; unusual hand knitted scarves; luxurious accessories; art bags; note paper…so many choices. Handcrafted Judaica items are especially discounted. 

Emphasizing the theme that “shopping can be charitable,” the line-up of goods from local merchants to Israeli-made items gives shoppers the opportunity to fulfill personal meaningful goals as well as support vendors whose proceeds benefit children’s charities worldwide. Sales of handmade South African items help fund a pediatric HIV/AIDS clinic in Durban. Profits from the boutique benefit WRJ designated charities in Westchester and Israel.

There is no admission fee to this event, which is open to the public. Parking is also free. Checks and credit cards are accepted. Westchester Reform Temple is located at 255 Mamaroneck Road, Scarsdale.

For more information, please call 914-723-7727 or visit www.wrtemple.org.

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